Curaçao Triple Sec
Liqueur made from the distillates of bigarades sweet and bitter oranges.
Degree : 40%
Country of Origin : France
Triple sec is an orange liqueur distilled three times at 20-40°. The fruit peels macerate for several months in vats filled with alcohol to obtain an infusion which will be distilled. It can be sweetened with sugar or honey (100g/L min).
Curaçao, originally made by the ductch, is generally considered a triple sec, it takes its name from the island of Curaçao, an island in the Netherlands Antilles, which produces small bitter oranges.
- Store in a dry and cool place, if possible away from light.
- Close the bottle tightly after use
Pure on crushed ice or in cocktails.
- Bronze Medal at the San Francisco World Spirit Competition 2014